Ashley Barlow scored 21 points and No. 17 Notre Dame scored over 100 points on the road for the first time in school history in a 104-86 victory over Georgetown on Saturday.
The Irish (15-3, 3-1 Big East) led the feisty Hoyas 60-52 early in the second half, but pulled away for their second straight win when Brittany Mallory's three-point play off a fastbreak layup started a 24-10 surge.
Mallory, a reserve, scored 15 points and Charel Allen finished with 14 for the Irish, who shot 72 percent from the field in the second half and topped the century mark for the first time since a 107-65 win over Cleveland State on Nov. 26, 2002.
Kieraah Marlow, coming off a scoreless outing in her previous start, had a career-high 34 points and also finished with 13 rebounds for the Hoyas.
The Irish improved to 22-2 all-time against the Hoyas (10-7, 0-4), including five straight wins.
Melissa Lechlitner scored 13 points and Lindsay Schrader added 12 for Notre Dame, which led by as many as 22 points at 91-69. Erica Williamson and Becca Bruszewski each scored 10 points.
Kristin Heidloff had 14 points and Meredith Cox finished with 10 for Georgetown, which has lost four straight.
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